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    PDAnet thread

    I have PDAnet 1.8 and vista business laptop. It would be nice to have a PDAnet only thread.

    I have been able to connect via active sync bluetooth.(my preferred connection, less wires, but a little slower)

    My question or concern is: I get disconnected when a call comes in and will not reconnect after the call. I then have to soft reset the device to allow reconnection.

    1) is there a setting to not allow a phone call to kick me off my connection
    2) how do I get reconnection to occur after the call w/o reset
    Thank you!

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    It may be an issue with not being able to reconnect as described in this thread:

    Multiple Bluetooth devices not auto reconnecting

    Mark

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    That thread focused on multiple bluetooth connections. I only use bluetooth w/activesync PDAnet.?????

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    stay connected or reconnect??

    Quote Originally Posted by mr_plow_mn View Post
    I have PDAnet 1.8 and vista business laptop. It would be nice to have a PDAnet only thread.

    I have been able to connect via active sync bluetooth.(my preferred connection, less wires, but a little slower)

    My question or concern is: I get disconnected when a call comes in and will not reconnect after the call. I then have to soft reset the device to allow reconnection.

    1) is there a setting to not allow a phone call to kick me off my connection
    2) how do I get reconnection to occur after the call w/o reset
    Thank you!
    Any way to stay connected when a call comes in or to auto reconnect after a call-either bluetooth or usb?

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    On the phone, open the PdaNet settings. There is an option for "Disconnect on Incoming Call". Uncheck it.

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    If PDANet doesn't disconnect on an incoming call, will you be able to pick up the call?

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    I have no idea (I leave the box checked). I'll try to give it a go later today.

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